Hej @camillal, welcome from Denmark. Your English is perfectly fine.
I'd like to invite @shelleyfl35 @andylevine @lizah and @jean25 to this discussion. They, too, have thymoma cancer and may have chemo experiences to share with you.
Hi @cherusa, I know as a new member, you're not able to post links yet. We do this to prevent spammers from posting unwanted commercial posts. I reviewed the link you wished to post and it is not spam. Thank you for providing evidence-based contributions to Connect.
Here is the study that Cherusa wished to post:
– Herbal Therapy Is Equivalent to Rifaximin for the Treatment of Small Intestinal Bacterial Overgrowth https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4030608/
In fact, the lead author of this study is Dr. Chedid, a physician at Mayo Clinic in the Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Gastroenterology & Hepatology, Mayo Clinic Rochester.
Thank you for responding to my tag @reibur1951 and updating us about Paul. I think some of the members in this discussion may not have had the background of your past messages. If I remember correctly, Paul also had "ground glass" in his scans. Thus I thought you might have some thoughts for Chris. If you, click VIEW & REPLY in the email notification, you can read through the past messages of this discussion.
@kimbarkov through a chain of colleagues, I was able to ask a BMT Nurse Manager at Mayo Arizona about the beds. The beds currently on the unit inflate and deflate with movement. Additionally there are specialty beds available that can be ordered, but only if clinically indicated. Your care team can work with you to determine the need and will be able to order a specialty bed after you arrive to the unit.
Hi @bassfamily, I'm afraid I do not know all the guidelines and criteria for Medicaid. However, the people in the Appointments department do. I suggest that you call Mayo Clinic AZ and ask all the questions you have. Here are the contact numbers for all 3 campuses, including AZ http://mayocl.in/1mtmR63